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In a five part series for Scottish Financial News this week, BTO partner Cat MacLean tells the story of an epic legal battle with the Clydesdale Bank. She explains the reality of litigating against a huge opponent with bottomless pockets, the cost and funding of litigation and the need to find

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In a five part series for Scottish Financial News this week, BTO partner Cat MacLean tells the story of an epic legal battle with the Clydesdale Bank. She explains the reality of litigating against a huge opponent with bottomless pockets, the cost and funding of litigation and the need to find

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In a five part series for Scottish Financial News this week, BTO partner Cat MacLean tells the story of an epic legal battle with the Clydesdale Bank. She explains the reality of litigating against a huge opponent with bottomless pockets, the cost and funding of litigation and the need to find

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James Kergon discusses the possibilities for a fulfilling and successful career in Scotland. Some may remember a lager advert from the 1990s which featured a browbeaten young Scottish professional sick of the London rat race. After coming to a profound realisation while packed into an office lift on

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Michael Reid, managing partner at Meston Reid & Co, discusses the role of liquidators in the fight against fraud. It is often said that challenging economic conditions create financial uncertainty and result in an increase in fraudulent activity by the unscrupulous.

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Samuel Mailer discusses the key role Scotland can play in development of the global renewable energy sector and how the north-east can capitalise on a new 'gold rush'. Once again, the eyes of the world are on the latest COP event. The location may have moved from Scotland to Egypt, but many headline

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Alex Tait gives his views on the impact the forthcoming Autumn Budget could have on Scotland. As businesses and individuals watch inflation reach double digits and interest rates climb to levels that many have not seen in their working lives before, what do these, along with the Westminster Autumn S

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Andrew Henderson discusses the implications of another Scottish independence referendum for businesses and what considerations should be had. Having secured the SNP’s fourth term in government last year on the commitment to hold a second independence referendum within the first half of this pa

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Gemma Diamond, audit director at Audit Scotland, discusses how data is often seen as a burden for public bodies, rather than the key to better policy decisions, and the action needed to build data as a national asset. Scotland is facing enormous challenges. Inequality is on the rise, an ageing popul

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Neil Norman writes on the importance of supporting scale-up businesses to generate wider economic growth, how the UK is failing in this, and what deeds to be done to improve the landscape. We know Scotland has an established, well-recognised and thriving start-up ecosystem. We also know that we have

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